Air Travel by Persons Who Use Wheelchairs

On Thursday, March 24, 2022, the U.S. Department of Transportation held an all-day virtual public meeting on the subject of air travel by persons who use wheelchairs. Over 600 people attended the meeting. At the meeting, we heard from representatives from the Department of Transportation, including the Secretary himself. We also heard from airline industryContinue reading “Air Travel by Persons Who Use Wheelchairs”

Exploring the Wonderful World of Coca Cola

Let’s go inside The World of Coca Cola, which is a museum in my hometown of Atlanta, Georgia. I love this place because it’s very accessible for power wheelchair users. Plus, I can taste test different varieties of Coca Cola they make around the world. The History of Coca Cola Did you know the inventorContinue reading “Exploring the Wonderful World of Coca Cola”

Taking an Awesome Road Trip with My 4Front 2

I’ve always been a lover of adventure and one of my favorite things to do is travel. Prior to the pandemic, I traveled on planes for work or leisure at least once a month, and sometimes, more than that. As a result, I’d grown adept at navigating my way through an airport, from security allContinue reading “Taking an Awesome Road Trip with My 4Front 2”

Taking a Look Back on My 2021 Resolutions

In early January, I told you about how much I love setting New Year’s Resolutions and some resolutions that I really enjoyed. My resolutions are usually measurable goals that I strive to accomplish throughout the year. I set goals in different categories, such as personal, professional, financial, and even joint resolutions that I share with myContinue reading “Taking a Look Back on My 2021 Resolutions”

Staying in Hotels as a Wheelchair User

In my September blog, I talked about some tips I try to follow when I travel with my motorized wheelchair. In this blog, I want to talk about lodging. There are challenges when you want to go somewhere new. If I visited a hotel or a certain area that I feel comfortable with in terms ofContinue reading “Staying in Hotels as a Wheelchair User”

Road Trips and Power Wheelchairs

Road trips can be fun depending on the type of person you are. I’m the guy that just wants to get there and get it done! So, I generally don’t try to drag it out. I do this because I want to spend as much time as I can at the destination. Wherever I’m going,Continue reading “Road Trips and Power Wheelchairs”

Wheelchair Accessible Atlanta

I live on the outskirts of a very wheelchair accessible city, Atlanta, Georgia. It has a lot of accessible places. Here are some of my favorites. The World of Coca Cola Museum One of my favorite places in Atlanta is the World of Coca Cola Museum. It has very wide motorized wheelchair ramps and wideContinue reading “Wheelchair Accessible Atlanta”

My Summer Trip at Sea with iLevel

While I have been experiencing the warmth and what I call “endless summer” in Florida, it is starting to get warmer up in the north. So naturally, when I speak with my friends from New York, We are making some summer plans. If you know me, you know that I love the outdoors. So lastContinue reading “My Summer Trip at Sea with iLevel”

Wheelchair-Accessible Treasure Island

At the end of May, I went on a girls’ trip with three of my friends. It was my best trip yet! Going on vacation is often correlated with relaxion. When you have a disability, however, a vacation can be quite the opposite! There is a lot of preparation required and there are concerns relatedContinue reading “Wheelchair-Accessible Treasure Island”

Power Wheelchair Accessible Cities

With more Americans becoming vaccinated, COVID-19 cases are declining and it’s just in time for summer! Hope is in the air and we all look forward to returning to some level of normal. What does your normal look like? For many, it’s an opportunity to travel again. Even if you aren’t comfortable getting on aContinue reading “Power Wheelchair Accessible Cities”